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W-League's Lightning strikes twice against Ft. Wayne
June 19th, 2007 7AM

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[W-LEAGUE RESULTS] The Minnesota Lightning improved to 5-0-0 with two wins over Ft. Wayne (2-0 and 4-0) in 48 hours.

Former Kansas University star Caroline Smith and Sarah Oligney, the former Horizon League Player of the Year at Wisconsin-Green Bay, scored in the 2-0 win over the Fever. Rising Northwestern senior Kelsey Hans and Smith both scored twice in the 4-0 win, which was played as part of a doubleheader with the USL-1 Thunder. For complete W-League results and goalscorers ...

GAME RESULTS:
June 12
Seattle 1 (Pulse 71) San Diego 0.

June 13
New York 0 Long Island 0.
Hamilton 0 Toronto 2 (Bisnott 85, Schwarz 90).
Ottawa 4 (Beauge 17, 37, Brown 65, Kihara 86) Vermont 0.

June 14
Michigan 1 (Hill 37) West Michigan 0.
Minnesota 2 (Smith 15, Oligney 88) Fort Wayne 0.
Hampton Roads 0 Cocoa 1 (Hansen 78).

June 15
Western Mass 0 Jersey 5 (Griffin 3, Dickenmann 6, 27, Demaio 49, Bishop 52).
Richmond 2 (Anger 7, Parsons 76) Cocoa 1 (Jones 90).
Atlanta 1 (Latham 90) Bradenton 0.
Seattle 4 (Patterson 9, 13, 37, French 21) Fort Collins 0.

June 16
Minnesota 4 (Smith 19, 66, Hans 53, 70) Fort Wayne 0.
Charlotte 4 (Mollon 49, 70, Rife 66, Lyons 86) Bradenton 0.
Long Island 4 (O'Brien 38, DeRosa 48, Shulman 61, Tanzi 83) Northern Virginia 0.
Hamilton 1 (Heydorn 51) Ottawa 7 (Taylor 5, 76, 77, Hamel 10, 65, Robinson 21, Parker 76).
Rochester 4 (Miller 6, 9, Kruze 45, Bybee 85) Vermont 1 (Silva 89).
New Jersey 2 (Bresani 21, O'Rourke 27) New York 0.
Fredericksburg 0 Cocoa 3 (Newsome 18, Alukonis pen. 22, Milyak 78).
Boston 0 Jersey 8 (Dickenmann 15, 31, 33, 58, Rossi 77, Bishop 78, Griffin 82, Young 84).

June 17
London 2 (Dimitroff 33, 42) Cleveland 3 (Maxwell 22, Adams 82, Hubka 85).
Laval 1 (Walsh pen. 50) Ottawa 2 (Moscato 1, Axon 78).
Hamilton 2 (Barselona 46, 90) Vermont 1 (Silva 75).
Washington 3 (Hammond 10, Andrzejewski 42, Lindsey 48) Northern Virginia 0.
Vancouver 4 (Schmidt 7, Gault 15, Robinson 36, Milbrett 52) Fort Collins 0.



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